The announcement comes as tens of thousands of Minnesotans have received their first dose of the vaccine, COVID-19 cases are down, hospital bed use is declining, and kids are heading back to the classroom.
Under new state COVID-19 guidelines going into effect this weekend, bars and restaurants are allowed to offer outdoor dining options at either 50% capacity or no more than 100 people at a time. Customers also need to remain seated while eating.
Two Minnesota bars are facing lawsuits from the state attorney general’s office and suspensions of their liquor licenses after serving customers indoors in defiance of Democratic Gov. Tim Walz’s executive order banning indoor service at bars and restaurants to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Reynolds’ revised coronavirus pandemic emergency proclamation, which takes effect Thursday morning, follows an overall decline in the spread of the virus and hospitalizations in Iowa in the past month.
The State of Minnesota announced Monday it has made available more documentation pertaining to Executive Order 20-96, which imposed further restrictions on Minnesota bars, restaurants and social gatherings.
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